Charles Alphonse Du Fresnoy

Born: 1611
Died: ca. 1668
Painter; didactic poet and writer. Studied in Paris, Rome, Venice; active in Paris.
Works of Art: 0
Books: 5
Archives: 1
Beechey, Henry William   The literary works of Sir Joshua Reynolds; to which is prefixed a memoir of the author with remarks on his professional character, illustrative of his principles and practice, by Henry William Beechy. - London; New York 1892-1890   
Du Fresnoy, Charles Alphonse   The Art of Painting Of Charles Alphonse Du Fresnoy. Translated into English Verse By William Mason, M.A. With Annotations By Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knt. President of the Royal Academy. - - York:, London;, York. [1783]   
Du Fresnoy, Charles Alphonse   The Art Of Painting: By C.A. Du Fresnoy: With Remarks: - Translated into English, with an Original Preface, containing a Parallel betwixt Painting and Poetry: By Mr. Dryden. - As also a Short Account of the most Eminent Painters, both Ancient and Modern: By R.G. Esq; - The Second Edition, Corrected, and Enlarg'd. - - London: 1716.   
Du Fresnoy, Charles Alphonse   De Arte Graphica. - The Art of Painting, By C.A. Du Fresnoy. With Remarks. - Translated into English, Together with an Original Preface containing A Parallel betwixt Painting and Poetry. - By Mr. Dryden. - As also a Short Account of the most Eminent Painters, both Ancient and Modern, continu'd down to the Present Times, according to the Order of their Succession. - By another Hand. - [Epigraph] - - London [1695]   
Reynolds, Joshua, P.R.A.   The Works Of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knt. Late President Of The Royal Academy: Containing His Discourses, Idlers, A Journey To Flanders And Holland, (Now First Published,) And His Commentary On Du Fresnoy's Art Of Painting; Printed From His Revised Copies, (With His Last Corrections And Additions,) In Two Volumes. To Which Is Prefixed An Account Of The Life And Writings Of The Author, By Edmond Malone, Esq. One Of His Executors. ... Volume The First. (Second.) - London: [1797]   
SA/43/52    Francis Parsons, Albemarle Street, [to the Secretary?]    c. 1775    Item